Our highly knowledgeable and compassionate primary care providers are dedicated to women’s health, offering patient-centered comprehensive care as well as preventive screenings, so you can feel confident you are in good hands.
Building a long-term, ongoing relationship with a primary care provider can be the most important way to help treat ongoing conditions and maintain optimal health. As women’s bodies change over the years, your physician can help you identify which changes are natural occurrences and which are indicators of a potential problem.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Women’s Primary Care offers women patients a skilled team of providers, including a board-certified physician, employing patient-centered care and advanced diagnostic techniques to help women from adolescence through senior adulthood lay the foundation for long-term good health. Our services include physicals and other prevention and wellness services, acute care for minor illnesses and chronic conditions, patient education, breast exams and other screenings, well-woman gynecology services, family planning services, perimenopause and menopause care, and other services to detect any problems early and help women stay healthy throughout their lives. It is not uncommon for women to be managing multiple such conditions as well as facing depression and anxiety. Women’s Primary Care is dedicated to helping patients address these concerns comprehensively and compassionately.
The team works closely with nutritionists, obstetricians, midwives, gynecologists, and other specialists as needed to assure smooth continuity of care.
“I do my best to build trusting, long-lasting doctor-patient relationships so women can feel safe and empowered to talk about what’s really going on with them. This level of sharing enables us to work as a team to get to the root of any problem, prevent further issues, and meet our patients’ personal wellness goals.”
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We provide routine physicals, including annual wellness exams, breast and pelvic exams, as well as immunizations. We offer some ultrasound and lab services on location, as well. To make the most of your next appointment, we suggest that you: discuss medical history with your direct family members (mother, father, maternal and paternal grandparents), create a list of past immunizations and when you received them, and write down any questions or concerns you may have for your provider.
We can help you manage any discomfort you may experience before and during menopause, such as hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats, insomnia, etc. We’ll discuss lifestyle changes such as diet, stress reduction, and exercise, as well as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), diuretics, low-dose antidepressants and other medications targeted to specific symptoms. Our team works closely with our midwifery and gynecological practices should additional treatment options be necessary.
Addressing both acute and chronic conditions, our primary care providers address medical concerns such as fevers, flu, colds, coughs, migraines, urinary tract infections, sprains and strains, and more.
Our providers can help you choose the right birth control method for you. Some options are available through this office, others through the Women’s Health Services practice collocated here. Options include the birth control pill, abstinence, intrauterine device (IUD), patch, condom, or implant. Our understanding providers will have an open conversation with you about all your options and answer any questions.
A chronic illness is one that lasts longer than three months and may not have a cure. We provide diagnosis, treatment, and management of acute and chronic illnesses including allergies, arthritis, asthma, depression, diabetes, GERD, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, osteoporosis and more.
Our practice is committed to empowering patients through education of their conditions and any future concerns based on family history. Our compassionate providers will take the time to discuss your options and answer your questions. Saratoga Hospital also offers a variety of monthly programs, from infant care courses to cancer support groups. Learn more here.